Brick takes a seat at an old desk being left by the curb. A business opportunity arises when he gives directions to a lost driver. Brick doles out curbside information to anyone passing by for the low, low price of a dollar. Soon he's giving out advice to kids with upcoming history tests and joggers who'd like to know their target heart rate. But the outdoor entrepreneur is stumped when a kid asks him why his folks are getting a divorce.
Sue can't toss anything with sentimental value, like her collection of old curlers. She used to put them in her hair in a different order each time so that none of them would feel left out. As you can imagine, Axl isn't very understanding when he hears this. Frankie orders them both to haul a carload of stuff to the charity drop. The place is closed, so Axl and Sue do a dump and run. Hey, at least Sue finally ditched those curlers.
Frankie and Mike get into a full-on screaming match regarding those pesky pro/con lists. There's a pause in the yelling when Brick asks why people get divorced. Frankie and Mike think he's worried because they're fighting. In reality, Brick was just asking for one of his clients. Ahh.
This little scare inspires Frankie and Mike to ditch their lists. Well, they can toss Mike's. Frankie needs to sign her list so she can return the report card to the school. As for Brick's client, his folks weren't actually getting a divorce. He misheard mom and dad chatting about buying him a horse. The good news continues when police find all of the family's stolen stuff. The hooligans who swiped the goods dumped everything at a charity drop!